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2009: Massillon 17, Cleveland Glenville 31

Tigers’ run ends in 31-17 loss to Glenville

The Independent

AKRON, OH — The one thing the Massillon Tigers didn’t want Saturday night’s Division I state semifinal against Glenville to turn into was a track meet. But the Tarblooders were able to do just that, hitting on three touchdowns of at least 40 yards as they defeated the Tigers 31-17 in front of 10,248 at the University of Akron’s InfoCision Stadium.

The loss ends Massillon’s season a game shy of the state championship game, as the Tigers bow out at 10-4. Glenville, which is 13-1, will make its first-ever title-game appearance next Saturday night at Fawcett Stadium, facing Hilliard Davidson (12-1).

The catalyst for the Tigers’ loss was their inability to keep Glenville’s explosive athletes in check. The Tarblooders hit on touchdowns of 51, 44, 71 and 26 yards, the last two of those coming in the fourth quarter after Massillon had battled back from an 11-point deficit to tie the game at 17-17.

“It just wasn’t our night tonight,” said Tiger coach Jason Hall, whose team was outgained 466-270 on the night. “They made more big plays than us. They executed. … They’re a good team.”

The Tigers did their best for much of the night to keep Glenville contained. The Tarblooders managed just two first downs over the first 15 minutes of the game, while Massillon chewed up yards and clock time in jumping in front 3-0 on Jeremy Geier’s 30-yard field goal with 9:07 left in the first half.

But on the very first play of its next possession, Glenville showed why they’re generallyregarded as one of the most athletic teams in the state. Running back Toney Foster Jr. took a pitch to the left and raced down the sideline – avoiding a  would-be Massillon tacklers at about the Tiger 15 – for a 51- yard touchdown with 8:46 left in the half.

It would grow to 14-3 Glenville on the Tarblooders’ next possession. This time, it was Cardale Jones hitting Aramis Greenwood Jr. on a 45-yard catch-and-run on a post pattern.

Jones tossed a jump pass to Shane Belle II for the two-point conversion for the 11-point margin with 2:26 showing on the clock.

“We just felt we needed to attack the middle,” said Jones, who threw for 199 yards and two scores while rushing for another 150 yards and a score. “We felt they were weak in the middle, and our game plan, everything was based on attacking that middle.

Their linebackers were running out to the flats, leaving the middle wide open.”

But the Tigers didn’t wilt in the face of their largest deficit of the postseason. Instead, they began to claw back.
Massillon pulled within 14-10 on Bo Grunder’s 26-yard touchdown catch with 1:28 left in the half. The one-play scoring drive was set up by a muffed punt which was recovered by the Tigers’ Danny Huhn.

Grunder finished the game with four catches for 63 yards, all of those in the second quarter.

“I just try to do the best I can for my teammates,” Grunder said. “I try to make a play when I can; catch a ball when it’s thrown to me. I do my part.”

Glenville would get a field goal before the half for a 17-10 lead, but the Tigers fought back to a 17-17 deadlock on Jake Reiman’s 2-yard run with 5:53 left in the third. Reiman’s run capped a 13-play, 74-yard scoring drive for Massillon, a drive boosted by a pair of penalties on Glenville, including an offsides flag on a fourth-and-4 situation from the Tarblooder 15.

Nine of the 13 plays on the drive were rushes by Massillon, which ran the ball 37 times for 104 yards. Reiman finished with 79 yards on 26 carries.

“I thought we had some success,” Hall said. “We just weren’t consistent tonight. That probably would be the biggest thing; we weren’t consistent when we got on the other side of the 50.”

Glenville got on the other side of the 50 on its first two fourth-quarter possessions, and that’s what won it the game.

The first time came when Jones hit Shane Wynn on a 71-yard touchdown pass with 8:59 remaining. Jones was scrambling to the left, drawing the Tiger defense toward him, before hitting a wide-open Wynn about 10 yards down-field.

Wynn then raced to the end zone for a 24-17 Tarblooder lead. “I dumped the ball off to Wynn,” Jones said. “It was about a 6- yard pass, and he did the rest.”

Jones did it himself on the next Tarblooder possession, scrambling 26 yards for a score with 5:02 left for a 31-17 lead.

Massillon would twice drive inside the Glenville 25. Both would end on failed fourth-down conversions.


Glenville 31
Massillon 17

Massillon 00 10 07 00 17
Glenville 00 17 00 14 31

M – FG Geier 30
G – Foster 51 run (Run failed)
G – Greenwood 44 pass from Jones (Belle pass from Jones)
M – Grunder 26 pass from Partridge (Geier kick)
G – FG Bryant 28
M – Reiman 2 run (Geier kick)
G – Wynn 71 pass from Jones (Bryant kick)
G – Jones 26 run (Bryant kick)
Mas Glen
First downs 16 18
Rushes-yards 37-104 36-267
Comp-Att-Int 11-29-0 9-20-0
Passing yards 166 199
Fumbles-lost 0-0 3-1
Penalty yards 4-21 9-79
Records 10-4 13-1
Massillon – Reiman 26-79 TD; Nalbach 4-37; White 2-4.
Glenville – Jones 16-150 TD; Foster 5-69 TD; Walton 7-28; Wynn
Massillon – Partridge 11-29-166 TD.
Glenville – Jones 9-20-199 2 TDs.
Massillon – Smith 5-78; Grunder 4 – 63; Olack 2-25;.
Glenville – Wynn 2-71 TD; Anderson 2-14; Greenwood 1-44 TD;
Davis 1-23; Dunn 1-19; Bell 1-18; Bryant 1-9.

Massillon Tigers Black Letter Logo History

1977: Massillon 31, Cleveland Glenville 6

Defense shines as Tigers whip Tarblooders

Independent Sports Writer

The Massillon Tigers held Cleveland Glenville to a net total of 12 yards in the first half and coasted to an easy 31-6 victory over the outmanned and confused Tarblooders.

“When you can’t move the ball you’re beat,” Tiger head coach Mike Currence said simply, referring to Glenville’s first-half offensive ineptitude.

THE TIGERS, meanwhile, rang up 24 points in the first half, added seven more on their first possession of the third quarter and then sat back as the subs finished out the game.

The Tigers scoring was evenly spread as Richard Cleveland, Brent Offenbecher, Mark Pringle and Mike Grove all scored touchdowns.

“I thought our game plan held up,” Currence said in the Tiger lockerroom after the game. “We stopped them defensively. Their wide splits (offensive formations) bothered us a little, but I thought we gave them problems most of the game. If they could have the offensively it would have been a different game,” he added.

“We moved people to their strength defensively. We were taking some chances, especially in the secondary, but they were confused. I don’t think they were looking for us to move things around,” Currence explained.

“Our defense worked hard this week and they deserve credit.”

GLENVILLE’S only scare came against the Tiger reserves in the fourth quarter on a 22-yard delayed keeper up the middle by Tarblooder quarterback David Wynne.

Massillon scored the first time it had the ball after taking over at its own 29 following a Glenville punt.

Greg Carpenter and Mike Grove each carried for two yards and Offenbecher hit Grove in the right flat with a seven-yard pass for a first down.

Following an illegal procedure penalty against the Tarblooders, Offenbecher hit Curtis Strawder with a 10-yard pass on the left side for a first down at Glenville’s 45 yard line.

Grove gained four yards off left tackle and Offenbecher came back to him the next play with a 14-yard pass and a first down at Glenville’s 27.

CLEVELAND gained seven yards up the middle with a good second effort and Carpenter gained five yards on a double reverse. A personal foul against Glenville after the play moved the ball to the eight yard line.

Cleveland then ran it into the end zone on a trap play up the middle with 6:16 to go in the quarter. He ran in the extra points off left tackle.

Glenville took the kickoff and on third and 10 Darron Longshore intercepted a Wynne pass at the Glanville 48. Wynne hurled the hall in desperation because of a strong pass rush by the Tigers.

Massillon drove to the five yard line – with the big play being a 21 yard run by Cleveland – where a fourth down pass from Offenbecher to Grove was ruled incomplete in the end zone after Grove tried to make a diving catch.

On third and 13 from the two, Glenville’s Wynne tried to roll right but Massillon’s Carl Dorsey tackled him in the end zpne for a safety and a 10-0 Massillon lead.

Massillon took the ensuing punt at its own 39 and marched 61 yards in six plays with Offenbecher bootlegging it 11 yards around the left end on the first play of the second quarter for the TD. Mark Westover’s conversion kick split the uprights and the Tigers led 17-0.

Later in the quarter, Mark Longshore intercepted a Glenville pass at his own 39 yard line and returned it to the 43.

The Tigers then drove 67 yards in four plays with Offenbecher hitting Mark Pringle in the right corner of the end zone with an 11-yard pass.

The touchdown was set up when Cleveland took a screen pass on a 3rd and 20 play and ran 56 yards down the left sideline to the Glenville 11.

Westover kicked the point after and Massillon took a 24-0 lead into the lockerroom at halftime.

THE TIGERS received the second-half kickoff and drove 63 yards in five plays for their final score of the evening.

After a five-yard penalty against the Tarblooders on first down, Cleveland ran for 15 yards, Carpenter made a good grab of an Offenbecher pass for a six-yard gain and Cleveland ran four yards for the first down to the Glenville 31.

Grove then ran through a big hole up the middle on a trap play, made a nice cut to the left at the 10 yard line and crossed the goal line with 10:20 left in the third quarter.

Westover’s kick was good again and Massillon led 31-0.

The Tigers’s Mark Longshore stopped the next Glenville drive with his second interception of the night, this one in the end zone.

THE TIGERS gave the ball on downs a couple of times before Glenville drove 48 yards in nine plays with Wynne taking it the last 22 yards himself.

The Tigers fumbled the ensuing kickoff, but Terry Whitlock intercepted Wynne’s first pass to kill the Tarblooders’ final threat.

“I thought Cleveland ran well tonight,” Currence said of the junior fullback’s efforts. He gained 77 yards in seven carries.

Grove gained 44 yards in five carries and reserve fullback John Wilkerson had 31 yards in five carries.

Currence was happy to see Mark Pringle in at the wide receive, position. Pringle missed the Tigers’ first two games because of a shoulder bruise. He caught two passes for 18 yards, including the 11-yard TD loss from Offenbecher.

“HE STOOD the test,” Currence commented.

Grove caught two passes for 21 yards and Strawder had one reception for 10 yards. Cleveland had one catch for 56 yards.

Currence had praise for both of his quarterbacks.

“Brent had a real good percentage,” he said Offenbecher connected on seven of 10 aerials (70 percent) for 114 yards.

“And I thought Ronnie (Wright) did real well. He didn’t have the blocking, though, and I thought we dropped a couple of his passes.” Currence pointed out.

“WE HAVE two excellent quarterbacks and in our offense we’ve got to have two good ones.”

Wright finished the night hitting three of eight posses for 25 yards.

“Westover also had a good kicking night, even though we never punted,” Currence said. Westover was three for three on conversion kicks and boomed some long kickoffs (49.8 average).

The Tigers will open the defense of their All-American Conference crown Friday night when Niles McKinley invades Paul Brown Tiger Stadium for an 8 p.m. an. game. Glenville plays Cleveland East.

First downs rushing 10 5
First downs passing 5 1
First downs penalties 2 1
Total first downs 17 7
Yards gained rushing 198 88
Yards lost rushing 32 30
Net yards gained rushing 166 44
Net yards gained passing 139 37
Total yards gained 305 81
Passes attempted 18 16
Passes completed 10 5
Passes intercepted by 4 0
Yardage on passes intercepted 4 0
Times kicked off 5 3
Kickoff average (yards) 49.8 42.0
Kickoff returns (yards) 58 60
Times punted 1 4
Punt average (yards) 32.0 33.5
Punt returns (yards) 7 0
Had punts blocked 0 0
Fumbles 3 0
Lost fumbled ball 2 0
Penalties 6 10
Yards penalized 50 87
Touchdowns rushing 3 1
Touchdowns passing 1 0
Touchdowns by interception 0 0
Miscellaneous touchdowns 0 0
Total number of plays 51 50
Total time of possession 22:24 25:36

Glenville 0 0 0 6 6
Massillon 10 14 7 0 31

M – Richard Cleveland 8 run (Cleveland run);
M – safety, Carl Dorsey tackled quarterback David Wynne in end zone;
M – Brent Offenbecher 11 run (Mark Westover kick);
M – Mark Pringle 11 pass from Offenbecher (Westover kick);
M – Mike Grove 31 run (Westover kick);
G – David Wynn 22 run (run failed)

Attendance: 9,021.

Tim Daniels
Massillon Tigers Black Letter Logo History

1972: Massillon 34, Cleveland Glenville 8

Hannon scores five touchdowns in rout

Independent Sports Editor

All week long Washington High Football Coach Bob Commings had said two things must be done to beat a surprising Cleveland Glenville football team – maintain a tight over all pass defense and possession of the ball in order not to give Glenville passer Terry Jones too much chance to show his wares.

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The Tigers did both Friday night – with the possession game especially shining in the first half – before the season’s smallest crowd of 10,241 “Dad’s Night” fans – and came up with their seventh straight victory. The 34-0 romp was their biggest margin of the season and sent Glenville down to its third defeat in seven outings.
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WITH TOM HANNON scoring five touchdowns and picking up 130 net yards in 21 carries to lead 364 rushing yards – top total for the season – and the Tigers’ pass rush holding Jones to mostly short tosses while the Tarblooders’ ground game was held to minus seven, it was no contest from the opening whistle.

Hannon’s five touchdowns were three less than the record by the late Edwin (Dutch) Hill in a 94-0 victory against Akron North in 1922 – the highest scoring Tiger effort ever.

Hannon, ‘the Man in the Flying White Shoes”, scored over left tackle – with a good
cutback – from 31 yards out with 7:59 left in the first quarter, continued to show good second and third efforts running and got superb blocking from his teammates. Don Muhlback kicked the first of four conversions in five tries.

End Dari Edwards had recovered a fumble on the first play after an 18-yard left-end skirt which had surprised the Tiger defense on the first play of the game. The drive covered seven plays from the Glenville 44.

Hannon capped an 85-yard drive with a 17-yard romp through the center with 3:15 left in the welcome canto. A clip had nullified his 35-yard punt runback to the Glenville 35 and a holding penalty had set the Tigers back to their eight.
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FULLBACK CHARLES DANZY then went around right end for 16 yards to the 24 and right half Terry Edwards raced off left tackle on a reverse for 39 yards to the Glenville 33. It was a play the Tigers hadn’t used before but found the Tarblooder linebackers most obligating when they keyed on Hannon who scored three plays later.

Right corner Dan Gutshall put the Tigers in business again – this time with a second period interception on his 42. Westover and Terry Edwards combined for a 30-yard pass-run to the Glenville 28, but the Tigers clipped Edwards suffered a contusion of the left calf and saw no more action.

The drive took 10 plays with Hannon going over right tackle from the two with 3:18 left.

Hannon shook up Glenville with an 87-yard second half kickoff runback for his fourth TD, coming down the left side behind a good wall of blocking. The clock showed 12 seconds had ticked off the clock.
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HANNON’S FINAL effort came with 29 seconds left in the third period from 10 yards out off right tackle after a nifty 21-yard run around right end by right half Columbus Danzy. And an 18-yard rush through center by Charles Danzy. The drive had taken seven plays.

There was one other tiger drive – a 66-yarder started by Hannon’s 13-yard punt runback at the end of the first quarter and highlighted by a 47-yard pass-run from Westover to tight end Greg Sullivan and a good block by Dari Edwards.

The Tigers ran out of gas and Muhlbach’s 25-yard field goal attempt was wide.

Jones’ passing effort for the Tarblooders Friday night got him 13 completions in 26
tries – including 10 of 19 in the second half. He had two touchdown attempts on one drive called back in the second quarter. Fancy-running receivers ate up a lot of yardage.

Jones and tailback Henry Moore combined on a 62-yard screen pass play on which Moore ran all over the field – starting down the left sideline and ending in the right corner of the end zone. Glenville, however, was detected holding.

The possession saw the Tarblooders travel to the Massillon 37 from where Jones connected with end Greg Lee in the right corner of the end zone. But Glenville was offside and the Tigers had too many men on the field, resulting in an offset.
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“WE DIDN’T QUIT,” Glenville Coach Bob Hogue said. “We had a number of players hurt going into this one. John Rosebud, our running back, hurt an ankle last week and we didn’t use him at all tonight. The Tigers are the best team we’ve played. They deserve their No. 1 rating.”

Hogue thought the Tigers put more pressure on than any other opponent had this year.

“The best pass defense is the rush and they proved it,” he said. ‘Their coverage was also good.”

First downs, rushing 20 2
First downs, passing 2 7
First downs, penalties 0 1
Total first downs 22 10
Yards gained rushing 371 56
Yards lost rushing 7 63
Net yards gained rushing 364 -7
Net yards gained passing 73 143
Total yards gained 437 136
Passes completed 4-12 13-26
Passes intercepted by 3 0
Kickoff average (yards) 6-43.7 1-43.0
Kickoff returns (yards) 87 101
Punt average (yds.) 2-30.0 5-35.8
Punt returns (yds.) 28 0
Fumbles (lost) 3(2) 4(3)
Yards penalized 10-82 2-20
Touchdowns rushing 4 0
Miscellaneous 1 0
Total number of plays 71 54

Tommy Hannon
Massillon Tigers Black Letter Logo History

1965: Massillon 50, Cleveland Glenville 0

Tigers Claw Cleveland Glenville 50-0

Bengals’ Defense Shares Opening Night Limelight With Sparkling Offense


They ran it here! They ran it there! They ran that pigskin everywhere!

Like “Hurricane Betsy,” which dropped some of its remaining rain on Tiger stadium, the Massillon Tigers roared up and down the gridiron for 48 minutes in their opener Friday night. They left the plucky but out manned Cleveland Glenville Tarblooders in the devastation of a 50-00 shellacking before 10,253 fans.

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The Washington high eleven had its ground game operating to perfection in its first quest for a 21st state championship. The Orange and Black line chopped down the opposition like a machete fells sugar cane. The backs hit their holes like a scared rabbit evading a hunter’s gun.

But the defense deserves a pat on the back, too, for its multiple-player, bone-crunching tackles and lightning-like charges. The Tarblooders were held to a minus 3 yards on the ground, losing 76 yards.

GLENVILLE got only 2 sustained drives going all night but was stopped both times by a determined Tiger defense. The Tarblooders moved from their 41-yard line to the Obiemen’s one-foot line in the first period and from the Massillon 48 to the 5 in the fourth quarter.

Had Glenville scored in the driving rain, which hit in the first quarter and kept on sporadically the rest of the night, the Tarblooders might have tied the score. It was 8-0 at the time. But halfback Johnny Pollard was stopped short.

“I thought we were over and so did Pollard,” Glenville coach Phil Crawley said later. “That hurt us and so did the fact we have a lot of green kids and Massillon has a lot of depth. We figured we would be in trouble on those 2 counts.

Tiger Coach Earle Bruce thought, “Those 2 goal line stands helped a lot, especially since some of the younger boys were involved.” Bruce was happy that a lot of juniors got a chance to play and that he had the opportunity to get his running game into shape. He felt the rain hampered his team’s ground efforts.

The wet stuff not withstanding, the Bengals rolled up 337 net yards to 80 for Glenville and 19 first downs to 6. The Tigers gained nothing through the air in 5 tries.

The rain played havoc with the ball-handling, 10 fumbles resulting. Massillon lost 3 of 4 and Glenville 2 of 6.

THE TIGERTOWNERS scored in every quarter with the most points – 20 – coming in the second. Several players figured in the fireworks. Quarterback Dave Sheegog scored 2 touchdowns, 2 conversions and passed for 2. Halfback Tommy James, Jr., tallied twice for 6-pointers. Halfback Walt Lemon got 2 and a conversion and halfback Will Foster one. End Rick Healy got the other conversion.

The defending state champions scored the second time they got their hands on the ball. They almost went in the first time after a pass interception but fumbled on the Glenville 13.

Safety Rick Paige intercepted another Glenville aerial on the Tarblooder 35 and ran it back to the 8. Lemon got the call on the option play to the right on the next play and “Sweet Walter” scored with 7:07 left in the first quarter. Sheegog converted via a run.

After stopping Glenville on the one-foot line, the Tigers ground machine, with Sheegog, Foster, Lemon and fullback Terry Manson all taking turns, moved the pigskin to the Glenville 42. Lemon shot off left tackle for the remaining distance with 9:35 remaining in the second canto. The conversion attempt missed when a fumble occurred on the option.

The Tigers scored the next 2 times they got the ball in the second quarter, after bottling up Glenville in its own territory. The first chance came when tackle Dick Hartley made a teeth-rattling tackle which threw Glenville to its 14 after a bad fourth-down snap.

JAMES, bringing back memories of his famous father’s 1940 running, carried to the 3 on the first play. Foster, like James a junior, slanted left for the TD on the next play for a 20-0 lead at 7:26. The conversion attempt went awry.

The third second-period score came when Paige intercepted a pass on his 45 and
long-legged it back to the Glenville 38.

Four plays later, with first down on the 26, James saw daylight between left guard and left tackle and “Red, Jr.” was gone for a score at 3:27. Sheegog kept for the conversion.

Paige intercepted another pass near the end of the half on his 35 and returned to the Glenville 32. This time “Ramblin’ Rick” was injured and sat out the rest of the game with a left bruise, which does not appear too serious. Sheegog came up with a slight “Charlie Horse.”

A Tiger fumble on the 22 aborted this scoring try.

THE BENGALS activated the scoreboard lights twice in the third stanza. Driving straight down the field on the ground after the kickoff, the Tigers scored at 7:44. They covered 67 yards in 10 plays with Sheegog keeping off the “I” on first down from the 7. “Dandy Dave” tossed to Healy for 2 extra points.

Another bad fourth-down pass from center and fumble gave Massillon the ball first down on the Tarblooders’ 7. Three plays later Sheegog went off the right side for the Tigers’ sixth TD. Sheegog passed for the conversion with the ball bouncing off end Bill Williams’ hands and into the outstretched arms of Lemon.

The final Massillon score came at 8:16 of the fourth quarter. Safetyman Craig Maurer ran back a punt from his 40 to Glenville’s 40. Four plays later it was “TJ” again. This time James slipped through a trap hole at left guard on first down from the 9. The conversion missed.

Bruce felt that Lemon, Foster and James ran well. He thought junior Mike Kraft did a good line backing job but generally was pleased overall with his team’s performance.

Although he wouldn’t admit it, the Skipper was obviously running under wraps. He must play a tough Cleveland Benedictine team here next week in the second of 5 straight home games. Benedictine defeated Cleveland St. Edward 13-12 in its opener last night.

A Good Start!

Ends – Stewart, Smith, Bullard.
Tackles – Wilson, Binder, Gibbs.
Guards – Kince, King.
Centers – Greene, Kitt.
Quarterback – Patrick
Halfbacks – Harris, White, Dean, Holton, Pollard.
Fullbacks – Reese, Robbins.

Ends – Healy, Griffin, Gallion, Moyer, B. Williams, Humphrey, Crone,
Paige, Riese, Russell.
Tackles – Petroff, Hartley, Campbell, Neago, Croop, Sherrett.
Guards – Rose, Kraft, Beiter, Mazon, Whitfield, Richards, Porrini.
Centers – Marks, Ehmer, Croop, Williams.
Quarterbacks – Sheegog, Maurer, Doolittle.

Halfbacks – Lemon, Smith, McLendon, James, Foster, Muhlbach,
Fullback – Manson

Score by quarters:
Glenville………………… 0 0 0 0 – 0
Massillon……………….. 8 20 16 6 – 50

Touchdowns: Sheegog 2 (7 and 2 yard runs); Lemon 2 (8 and 42 yard runs);
James 2 (26 and 9-yard runs); Foster 1 (3-yard run).

Extra Points: Sheegog 4 (2 runs); Lemon 2 (pass from Sheegog);
Healy 2 (pass from Sheegog).

Referee – Harvey Hodgson, Jr. (Massillon).
Umpire – Jack McLain (Columbus).
Head Linesman – Bud Shopbell (Canton).
Field Judge – Don Welsh (Wooster).

Mass. Opp.
First downs—rushing 17 2
First downs—passing 0 3
First downs—penalties 2 1
Total first downs 19 6
Yards gained rushing 351 73
Yards lost rushing 14 76
Net yards gained rushing 337 (3)
Net yards gained passing 0 83
Total yards gained 337 80
Passes attempted 5 17
Passes completed 0 3
Passes intercepted by 3 0
Yardage on passes intercepted 36 0
Times kicked off 8 1
Kickoff average (yards) 42.2 28
Kickoff returns (yards) 0 157
Times punted 0 3
Punt average (yards) 0 25½
Punt returns (yards) 62 0
Had punts blocked 0 0
Fumbles 4 6
Lost fumbled ball 3 2
Penalties 2 3
Yards penalized 30 35
Touchdowns rushing 7 0
Touchdowns passing 0 0
Touchdowns by interception 0 0
Miscellaneous 0 0
Total number of plays 54 56

Dave Whitfield